Gan HaShomron (Hebrew: גַּן הַשֹּׁמְרוֹן, גן השומרון) is a moshav located north-east of Hadera (next to Pardes Hanna-Karkur), on the road to Afula, Highway 65. It is named for its location on at the foot of the Shomron mountains. It was established in the spring of 1934 by Jewish immigrants from Germany who trained as farmers in Nahalal and Ein Shemer. It was expanded three times, in 1946 by Jewish veterans of the British army, in 1954 by migration from the cities, and in 1957 by Jewish immigrants from Poland.
The main produce of Gan HaShomron is olive oil. Other produce includes fruit trees.